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Hello there.
I'd like to know what is the correct way to say "Protector Queen" in Latin. Meaning that the Queen is the one who protects, not the protected.
Thank you!

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Hello,

“Regina patrona” is the translation for “Protector Queen” in the sense you say.
Please note that:

-REGINA (nominative or vocative case, 1st.declension, feminine noun ) = queen
-PATRONA (nominative or vocative case, 1st.declension, feminine noun) =  protector

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Maria

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